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consummate

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of consummate

  1. 1 having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor consummate cabinetmakers, they produced desks and chests of drawers that are now regarded as masterpieces of American furniture Synonyms of consummate accomplished, ace, adept, compleat, complete, proficient, crack, crackerjack, educated, experienced, expert, good, great, master, masterful, masterly, practiced (also practised), professed, skilled, skillful, versed, veteran, virtuosoWords Related to consummate adroit, clever, deft, dexterous (also dextrous), handy, slick, sure-handed; gifted, talented; polished, refined; effective, effectual, efficient, workmanlike; able, capable, competent, employable, fit, fitted, habile, qualified; educated, knowledgeable, schooled, taught, trained, tutored; all-around (also all-round), well-rounded; long-term, old; multiskilled, multitalentedNear Antonyms of consummate incapable, incompetent, inept, unable, unfit, unfitted, unqualified, weak; artless, crude, rude; ineffective, ineffectual, inefficient; talentless, ungifted, untalented; ignorant, unschooled, untaught, untrained, untutored; beginning, green, inexperienced, new, raw, unseasoned, untested, untried, would-be; primitive, rough, unpolished; awkward, clumsy, ham-fisted, ham-handed, heavy-handedAntonyms of consummate amateur, amateurish, inexperienced, inexpert, jackleg, unprofessional, unseasoned, unskilled, unskillful

  2. 2 having no exceptions or restrictions a consummate liar who has practically made mendacity an art form Synonyms of consummate all-out, arrant, blank, blooming [chiefly British], bodacious [Southern & Midland], categorical (also categoric), clean, complete, absolute, cotton-picking, crashing, damn, damned, dead, deadly, definite, downright, dreadful, fair, flat, flat-out, out-and-out, outright, perfect, plumb, profound, pure, rank, regular, sheer, simple, stark, stone, straight-out, thorough, thoroughgoing, total, unadulterated, unalloyed, unconditional, unmitigated, unqualified, utter, veryWords Related to consummate authentic, classic, genuine, real, veritable; constant, endless, eternal, perpetual, undying, unremitting; extreme, unrestricted; confirmed, habitual, hopeless, inveterate; extraordinary, frightful, horrible, huge, main, superlative, supreme, surpassing, terrible, terrificNear Antonyms of consummate doubtful, dubious, equivocal, qualified, questionable, restricted, uncertain

  3. 3 of the greatest or highest degree or quantity a ballerina renowned for her consummate grace Synonyms of consummate ultimate, last, max, maximum, most, nth, outside, paramount, supreme, top, utmost, uttermostWords Related to consummate unequaled (or unequalled), unmatched, unparalleled, unrivaled (or unrivalled), unsurpassed; biggest, hugest, largest; topmost, upmost, uppermostNear Antonyms of consummate littlest, minutest, smallest, tiniest; lowest; fewestAntonyms of consummate least, minimal, minimum, slightest

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consummate

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of consummate

  1. to bring (something) to a state where nothing remains to be done willing to do whatever it takes to consummate a business deal Synonyms of consummate complete, finish, finalize, perfect, polishWords Related to consummate follow through (with), stick out; accomplish, achieve, effect; carry out, carry through, discharge, do, execute, fulfill (or fulfil), perform; ameliorate, amend, better, enhance, enrich, improve, meliorate; machine, refine, round (off or out), shine, touch upNear Antonyms of consummate abandon, desert, discontinue, drop, forsake, quit



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